The results of the most recent survey showed that 46% of patients have experienced a decline in their financial security and ability to pay for their care, and nearly 25% worry that they may lose their insurance as a result of the pandemic.
Progress in cancer comes slowly, in bits and pieces and not in sudden bursts of success. And even when “breakthroughs” happen, it usually takes a long time to confirm that the early results actually make a difference.
I’ve been hearing a lot about the importance of understanding genes when it comes to developing, diagnosing and treating cancer. What should I know about genetics in order to best protect myself and my family?